With an investment of $180 million pesos, the Government of Jalisco intends to promote the sustainable tourism development of the coast through the Maritime Connectivity Model.
This model aims to promote connectivity and maritime accessibility of the Jalisco coast, consolidating livable and visitable tourist destinations.
According to the diagnosis made by the Government of Jalisco, there are three main problems on the coasts: The lack of maintenance of the maritime infrastructure (docks), little maritime signaling for navigation, and poor management of the beaches.
For this, the intervention will begin, starting next September, at . . .